regmonta 10 months ago
The ball is supposed to weigh 2.7g (according to ITTF). JOOLA Super-P is significantly heavier than ideal.
Weight: 2.8 +/- 0.02g (ITTF requires: 2.67-2.77g starting in 2016, used to be 2.82 max before).
elPablo on 11/29/2016
Guys, these balls BREAK SO DAMN OFTEN!!!
I couldn*t belive that.
12 BALLS WERE GONE FOREVER IN 18 MATCHES!!!
that is really BAAAAD.
/since they don*t last even 2 matches, i won*t comment on how round, etc. they are /
Lermanator on 8/1/2015
These balls, are never round, always different, and break so easily.
chuckjordan2 on 6/14/2015
These Super-P 40+ I received are the most roundest Poly and longest lasting. I've played one ball for a few weeks and even the lettering is wearing off.
What I've tested and order of harness (hardest on top) are"
1) Xushaofa (hardest)
2) Nittaku SHA 40+
3) BFY 40+
4) Joola Super-P 40+
way below - Ipong 40+
qvoliszz on 2/25/2015
Well until this ball I believed all poly balls are fragile and useless. Playing characteristics are good and the weight is nice too. Out of a 6 pack 2 are perfectly roud, 1 egg shaped and the 3 remaining are a bit wobby. But the perfect ones break instantly in the first hour or first edge hit. The egg shaped lasts long and nearly indestructible, I used it for 12 hours. The wobby balls play pretty consistent and last for 10 hours. So all I can say good job JOOLA, nice balls, nice price and nice feeling. Nearly copied the celluloid Super ball, which is not a bad ball. The poly is softer then the celluloid. My favourite poly for its lifetime and characteristics.